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shampoo

slang A humorous term for champagne or any similar sparkling white wine. Make sure everyone has a glass of shampoo ready to ring in the new year at midnight!

shampoo

n. champagne. (see also cham, champers, poo.) There is nothing like shampoo to liven up a party!
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However, some health conditions can benefit from regular shampooing.
It comes out of the new insight that shampooing every day is not for all consumers, especially those with curly, kinky, wavy hair or color-treated or processed hair that might be more susceptible to damage,'' said Ron Robinson, an independent cosmetic chemist and founder of beautystat.
The benefits of daily shampooing continue to be questioned, as many have argued that too frequent washing can actually strip the hair of its natural oils, creating an opportunity for these waterless shampoos to shine," said Mintel beauty and personal care analyst Amy Ziegler.
Shampooing: Focus on the roots when shampooing as this is where hair will be its dirtiest.
When shampooing, concentrate on cleaning primarily the scalp, rather than the entire length of the hair, as washing only your hair can create flyaway hair that is dull and coarse," Draelos said.
The fragrance is a delicate blend of lavender and rosemary which lingered long after I'd finished shampooing.
THEY CONTEND THAT SHAMPOOING DAILY IS HEALTHY WITH THE FORMULATION FOUND IN THE NEW DOVE SHAMPOOS.